Council votes to demolish Taylor House
With a huff and a puff, Creston City Council voted to take the Harman House down.
On the northern cusp of McKinley Lake sits a brick house, built in 1951 by Harman Angus Farms, which serves as a reminder of Creston’s roots for some long-time residents. The Harman House, also known as the Taylor House, sits on two prime lots for the new Cottonwood Subdivision.
“When you go around the lake, that is what you see,” said Park and Recreation Board Chairman John Kawa. “It means a lot to those that have been here a long time.”
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